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Producer/Director Toni Myers speaks to the audience prior to the World Premiere of 'Hubble 3D', screened at the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Tuesday evening, March 9, 2010, in Washington. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topic: Where -- Washington
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Dr. Ed Weiler, left, is interviewed by Miles O'Brien prior to the World Premiere of 'Hubble 3D', screened at the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Tuesday evening, March 9, 2010, in Washington. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topic: Where -- Washington
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Producer/Director Toni Myers, left, speaks to a reporter as Deputy Administrator for NASA Lori Garver, second from left, is interviewed by another on the red carpet prior to the World Premiere of 'Hubble 3D', screened at the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Tuesday evening, March 9, 2010, in Washington. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topic: Where -- Washington
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Moviegoers wear 3D glasses as they watch the World Premiere of 'Hubble 3D', screened at the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Tuesday evening, March 9, 2010, in Washington. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topic: Where -- Washington
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STS-125 astronaut Mike Massimino, speaks to a reporter on the red carpet prior to the World Premiere of 'Hubble 3D', screened at the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Tuesday evening, March 9, 2010, in Washington. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: What -- STS-125, Where -- Washington
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Charles Bolden, Where -- Washington
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Retired Navy Captain and commander of Apollo 17 Eugene Cernan testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: What -- Apollo 17, Where -- Washington
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden makes a point as he testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Charles Bolden, Where -- Washington
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden makes a point as he testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Charles Bolden, Where -- Washington
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden makes a point as he testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Charles Bolden, Where -- Washington
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Retired Navy Captain and commander of Apollo 17 Eugene Cernan, center, is flanked by Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, left, and A. Thomaas Young, as he testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, What -- Apollo 11, Where -- Washington
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Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong makes a point as he testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, What -- Apollo 11, Where -- Washington
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Retired Navy Captain and commander of Apollo 17 Eugene Cernan, center, testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington as Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, left, looks on. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, What -- Apollo 11, Where -- Washington
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Dr. James L. Green, Director of Planetary Science at NASA, speaks during a symposium commemorating a quarter-century of comet discoveries, Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, in the Knight studio at the Newseum in Washington. The International Sun-Earth Explorer-3 ISEE-3 spacecraft flew past the comet Giacobini-Zinner on Sept. 11, 1985 which established a foundation of discoveries that continue today. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: What -- Sun, What -- Earth, What -- Explorer 3, What -- ISEE 3, Where -- Washington
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Dr. Anita Cochran, Assistant Director, McDonald Observatory at the University of Texas-Austin, speaks during a symposium commemorating a quarter-century of comet discoveries, Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, in the Knight studio at the Newseum in Washington. The International Sun-Earth Explorer-3 ISEE-3 spacecraft flew past the comet Giacobini-Zinner on Sept. 11, 1985 which established a foundation of discoveries that continue today. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: What -- Sun, What -- Earth, What -- Explorer 3, What -- ISEE 3, Where -- Texas, Where -- Austin,...
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Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, left, testifies during a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington as retired Navy Captain and commander of Apollo 17 Eugene Cernan looks on. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Apollo 17, Where -- Washington
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Dr. James L. Green, Director of Planetary Science at NASA, right, speaks with Dr. Robert Farquar, an executive for space exploration at KinetX Inc., during a symposium commemorating a quarter-century of comet discoveries, Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, in the Knight studio at the Newseum in Washington. The International Sun-Earth Explorer-3 ISEE-3 spacecraft flew past the comet Giacobini-Zinner on Sept. 11, 1985 which established a foundation of discoveries that continue today. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul...
Topics: What -- Sun, What -- Earth, What -- Explorer 3, What -- ISEE 3, Where -- Washington
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Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, left, and retired Navy Captain and commander of Apollo 17 Eugene Cernana, confer prior to testifying at a hearing before the House Science and Technology Committee, Tuesday, May 26, 2010, at the Rayburn House office building on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was to review proposed human spaceflight plan by NASA. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul E. Alers
Topics: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, What -- Apollo 11, What -- Apollo 17, Where -- Washington
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Dr. James L. Green, Director of Planetary Science at NASA, right, speaks with Dr. Robert Farquar, an executive for space exploration at KinetX Inc., during a symposium commemorating a quarter-century of comet discoveries, Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, in the Knight studio at the Newseum in Washington. The International Sun-Earth Explorer-3 ISEE-3 spacecraft flew past the comet Giacobini-Zinner on Sept. 11, 1985 which established a foundation of discoveries that continue today. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul...
Topics: What -- Sun, What -- Earth, What -- Explorer 3, What -- ISEE 3, Where -- Washington
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Lori Garver, NASA Deputy Administrator, second from left, stands with members of the STS-125 crew and IMAX officials including Producer/Director Toni Myers, fifth from right, prior to the World Premiere of 'Hubble 3D', screened at the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Tuesday evening, March 9, 2010, in Washington. Members of the STS-125 crew, dressed in their blue flight suits from left are, Mike Massimino, John Grunsfeld, Megan McArthur, Greg Johnson and Scott Altman. Photo Credit: NASA/Paul...
Topics: Who -- John Grunsfeld, Who -- Scott Altman, What -- STS-125, Where -- Washington, Who -- John...